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to mayor ed lee. >> (clapping.) >> thank you supervisor farrell. it's great to see homeownership's and our labor force and city agencies thank you for coming together. we all support our assignment. this program as supervisor farrell pass very adequately explains you you know we started pace with or my proximate in 2010. it's a pretty big announcement we you will including exclude that was tremendous barriers for folks taking initiative on their own to create the energy all the times you have water xhefrm and making that something personally they wanted to contributed to the climate change in the world. that codify view was something many my mind when this program started fortunately it was stalled out bus of the fear from the financial sectors particularly freddie mac and fannie mae. but as a result as we've throughout through it there were other participates that stepped up. i i'd like to take this opportunity to not only thank xhaerl for restarting this program and calling upon our department to lead the way with all the other partners we've identified today but; right when go
and supervisor london breed to my right and joining the committee today is supervisor farrell, and right on time for your item. so, before we do that though, the committee would also like to acknowledge the staff of sfgtv and also -- who are jessie larson and jonathan goma who record each of our meeting and make the transcripts available to the public online and i'm also joined by our clerk today, linda woning. madam clerk, are there any announcements >> yes, there chair, please make sure to silence all cell phones, the documents to be submitted to the clerk, items will appear on the december 10th board of supervisors agenda unless otherwise stated. >> at this point, could you please call item number 1. >> it is an order nones amending the administrative code to modify open data standards and set deadlines for releasing open data. >> so, supervisor farrell, the author of the legislation, can we have your comments. >> thank you very much, chairman yee and to the members of the public, we're here today to discuss legislation is that i've authored, all across the nation, we're seeing federal govern
about our neighborhoods. and i go back to what supervisor farrell said, and i want to again thank and appreciate supervisor farrell, his staff margo kelly, another great effort. this is what innovation does in the city. it gets everybody to actually work at even higher levels in government in a public-private partnership with companies like google and all the rest of the wonderful members of sf city to do what we can do and to do more than we think we can. in order to bring benefits, bring equity, bridge not only the digital divide, but perhaps bring the whole innovative spirit to every community in san francisco. this is what i think this wi-fi effort of our 31 parks is saying. and the nice thing about it is that when you study what we're going to do here and accomplish with the 31 parks, and that we along with our technology partners, our communications partners, our department leaders, new ones as well as old ones, are saying this is just the beginning. this is literally the beginning of a continued effort to innovate, innovate, and innovate. and i like what mark said. not only
farrell and supervisor mar of district one and also our executive vp eric mcdowned and we have our beloved mascot thank you so much for being here. (barking) today is a very excited day for target in san francisco. i grew up in san francisco and everyone since i was a little girl but i didn't know i would be running one one day. as some of you know city target a relatively new development to commencement the consequence and friendly shopping experience to this neighborhood. this city take the will offer local manufactures to meet the needs off our guests. we are very excited to provide a place for people to work for those who live nearby and ride muni. we intend to continue our reputation of being a good neighbor in the local community. navigate in 2012 target attributed over 1 and a half million dollars to organizations in the san francisco community (clapping) thank you just last friday, a one hundred and 50 target team members from all over the bay air come out to volunteer their time in the excelsior district to make over their library. target attributed a total of $200,000 completing
supervisor farrell to restart green sf and we look forward to building more and more of a movement beginning with our homeownership's who are voluntarily doing it as i want to do it with my own how did interest thank you very much. (clapping.) >> thank you mayor ed lee and a special thanks to our team lead by supervisor farrell. at this time i want to bring up annually king who's your vice president here in san francisco. >> thank you a lot to say what a fantastic legislation i want to thank my mayor mayor ed lee and xhaerl for this terrific step forward for the clean energy goals for our city i want to thank light luminal and our commission. and our department because once this legislation is put forth we have a tremendous department that knows house to get the word out and has a fantastic outreach team led by a gentleman i'm calling open in public for his tremendous work and going to tell homeownership's why this is exciting. this is the first step for demand which will turn into jobs. so i want to thank the commission and in specific the president josh wouldn't be here but nick was put i
david chiu and supervisor mar farrell. both supervisors along with david campos were the 3 who helped new york state the final all the time to move this project forward. we appreciate the dedication of each of you to final approval. also, we can't precede without acknowledging one person who was vitality to the success of our project lou. he lead a series of very frank and positive productive discussion that helped to move forward this project and his help in this process and his service to the city of san francisco is appreciated. jude i didn't say here. she would and bralthd this project and helped guide itself internal process thank you very much jude i didn't were i want to thank dr. warren your leadership and commitment kept driving us to build two new world-class hospitals in san francisco. thank you for keeping us on track. we're working very closely with city bills and the construction administration professional service academy to build hospital construction jobs. we're dedicated and committed to san francisco and look forward to working with all the trades to augment our con
data. >> so, supervisor farrell, the author of the legislation, can we have your comments. >> thank you very much, chairman yee and to the members of the public, we're here today to discuss legislation is that i've authored, all across the nation, we're seeing federal government taking steps to make appropriate government data available because open data has helped us spark innovative and fuel further economic development, it has potential and we've seen the largest positive impacts happening at the city level. here at the local level, we have a unique opportunity to reevent and reimagine the opportunity we can have between our city residents and government, we've seen open data used in practice already and we can see how it can accomplish all of the positive benefits i mentioned, whether it's to help publish health scores on their website, helping residents making healthier choice, or make sf rec park to help people make picnic reservations or using your smart phone, all the examples i just mentioned are real examples of how open data can improve the lives of our city resident, further
and i hope to have your support today. >> thank you, supervisor farrell, i would like to ask a question of the timeline, just for clarification, when i looked at the amendments on there, so you want to change the first item which says [inaudible] >> chief data officer. >> okay, and then the next thing is this 3 month, the city department shall designate department data coordinators, would that remain the same or would that push it down a little bit since we don't know if we have the chief data officer yet. >> right, we want to make sure the chief data officer is in place and that is coordinating for all the different department, it really prioritizes the data which was existing in the ordinance before my ledge slaix, this is not only creating timeline that is are responsible to make sure we are acting on this data but also we want to make sure our city staff has the ability to take the time to hire the right chief data officer here in san francisco and that person can be the one coordinating going forward. >> okay. >> so, i guess there's -- for the department data coordinators, even tho
to start with supervisor farrell why do you believe this prop a is important >> i started working on this when our city controller said we have a 4.4 blindfolds liability. number one we have retirees who worked long and a hard tossed the city of san francisco and workers that are feasor full. that's something we want to avoid and fight against we want to make sure that our seniors have their health care that were second of all the costs for our city a hundreds of thousands of dollars. this year as chairman of our committee b it will grow to $500 million a year over the next 20 years were so preparing prop a does make sure that our cities retirees and their health care is priority for in the further. in thirty years our 4 half a billion dollars liability will be wiped-out off the books and we'll save a lot of money from 5 hundred memorial day's a year down and those hundreds of dollars of million dollars dollars will go toward neighborhood things. and to make sure we put ourselves on a course everyone is sporting and i'm proud to be part of. mr. murphy would you recycle to speak to
of supervisors budget and financial committee for november 6, 2013, i'm mark farrel and i'm be doing this meeting and i want to thank supervisor scott wiener for joining us and supervisor mar and avalos will join us in a while. i want to thank victor young and the sfgtv covering this. mr. clerk do we have announcements. >> yes. >> be silent. and phones and electronic devices. completed speaker cards should be submitted to the clerk. itemed acted upon today will be on the agenda unless otherwise stated. >> okay. so we have one relatively longer hearing and we have a number of items before that, so we'll get going with the hearing and the resolution that i sponsors. clerk, call item number one and 1. >> item number 1 hearing to focus on the overall trends in hospital pricing, the rationale from the hospitals for the setting of these prices, how hospital prices are affecting our governmental accounting standards board unfunded healthcare liability, overall healthcare costs, and how the pricing seems to disproportionately affect the uninsured and underinsured. >> item number 1 hearing to focu
and mark farrell and david campos urging their personal time as well as their time on the broadway board to lead the effort along with our office and ken rich who's working and lou interrad continues to make sure the communications are open. your colleagues will labor unavailable in all reporters. as we're excited about getting the site going i want to make sure we signal as any other project that the workers safety also begins right now with the demolition and we want this site to be safe because it will be occupied by nurses and decreases working together while we build this we want every life to be safe. i want to signal to the community and i know good friends like randy are here because we saw the connection with had this very close commit community. we've gotten the first check under sutter that represents a healthy investment. housing, transportation, pedestrian safety, and, of course, the thousands of medical lives and a medi-cal and hospital patient lives that will be improved because of the commitments that sutter and cpmc have made par you'll pause and maybe ask how did he do
supervisor farrell. supervisor yee >> i want to support the reappointment of al perez. i think he's an outstanding member. and since 2009 he's been an invaluable person. what i'm mostly expressed is how he utilized his skills for the entertainment business owners and patrons and neighborhood and city departments. he offered his design to help the city. his commitment to the art is well demonstrated by.org events such as the parade at gardens the glarnthdz celebration outside of the philippines. i have full convenient that al will continue with his energy and passion >> colleagues, same house, same call? we can do that without opposition this is approved. >> item 38 to reappoint impairing to the california state association of couldn't board of supervisors. >> colleagues do i have a motion to excuse sxhaifr. >> (calling names) there are 10 i's. motion provided >> item 39 to confirm patrick to the city hall advisory commission. >> thank you, mr. president i want to speak in favor of the appointment and thank the mayor for appointing mr. carney. i've grown to know his work with
at the board chambers, and thank you to board president david chiu, budget chair mark farrell, members of the board of supervisors, our elected officials, our commissioners, and our department heads. and welcome, members of the public who joined us this morning. this year's budget reflects a lot of hard work between city government and the people that we serve. we've met in every district of the city. we've worked with our elected city family. we listened to hundreds of community leaders and providers who help us deliver services to the people of san francisco. and it's because of this consensus approach that i'm proud to propose a responsible and balanced two-year budget that reflects the core values that we share in san francisco, values of fiscal responsibility, social responsibility, and investing in our city's future. when we began this year's budget, we began like many years before, trying to reduce significant budget deficits. but because we have pursued policies to control costs, grow our economy, create jobs and stabilize our fiscal health, this year i'm proposing a budget tha
? seeing none, public comment is closed. supervisor avalos >> thank you chair farrell. it's very rare that i get moved by hearing from public comment i hear a lot of public comment and sometimes, i feel my haerment heartily is harden but i'm moved by the compassion from the people of bayview community people who care about the homeless and people are living homeless. there are many people in this room who have risen to a great care of services. i don't believe we have a lot of shelters in san francisco that have that level of consent of the neighborhood and it's clear many people who have become homeless in san francisco are homeless because of the huge economic disparities that are in the city. people becoming homeless from foreclosures and defaults. my community has been hit hard with foreclosures. i feel its important we provide a level of service. we are not expanding services for people who are not homeless we're providing services for people who are already in the shelters. and then you know when it comes to people who are very concerned about the shelter it really and compared
and mar and chairman farrel. i want to thank you for allowing me to be here to speak to you about the business portal project. with me is the executive director of the office of small business, regina and i like to recognize earlier that our deputy city cio miguel is here and due to the length of the hearing , he had to leave. i've been with the office of business for five years assisting businesses throughout the city and i've been asked to lead the effort in building an online building portal for san francisco. and today i'm here to request the release of the funding for this project that's currently held on reserve. i'm pleased to be here to tell you about the portal and pleased we received a favorable recommendation from the he budget and analyst committee. i'm going to take you through a couple of slides. >> can we have the over head display. >> okay. as you can see, starting a business in san francisco. this is a quick he will -- this is a quick illustration. i understand the pinpoints of starting and a growing a business in this city. i don't think it's just in sa
. they are arguing over a ticket south of taos. as the cop walks off farrell pulls away. so he pulls her off area against. the officer is not happy. get out of the vehicle right now. >> the officer trying to pull farrell out why the kids scream. her 14-year-old son gets out but thanks again when the officer pulls the taser. >> you ran away from me. >> i didn't run away. do you see my children. i'm not doing anything wrong. she agrees to get out and talk. >> around u-turn around and face the vehicle. they struggle as she tried to get back in the van. the 14-year-old gets out and this time he rushes the officer trying to defend his mom. the boy runs back into the minivan. the officer tried to get him out while back up arrives. >> open the door. farrell starts to drive off while another officer fires at the minivan full of kids as young as six. farrell takes them on a four minute high-speed chase into taos cutting into wrong-way traffic before giving up in front of a hotel. no one was hurt. the woman and her son were arrested and charged the officers are under investigation. >>> a pilot who made an
>> present. >> chiu. >> present. >> supervisor farrell? >> present. >> supervisor kim? >> kim absent. supervisor mar, mar present. >> supervisor tang. >> present. >> tang, present. >> supervisor wiener, wiener present. supervisor yee, yee present. mr. president, you have a quorum. >> can you please join us in the pledge of allegiance. (pledge of allegiance). >> i pledge allegiance to the flag of the united states of america and to the republic for which it stands one nation under god, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. >> colleagues, we have up to the 22nd, 2013 board minute meetings, motion by supervisor mar, second by supervisor breed, they are approved. madam clerk, any communications? >> no communications today. >> can you read our 2 p.m. special order. >> it is the policy discussion between mayor edwin lea representing the odd districts, distributes 1 and 3, the board may address initially up to 3 minutes, the supervisor will present their own question to the mayor, follow-up questions are in order, five minutes per supervisor. >> mr. mayor, welcome back to the boerp
. >> thank you very much farrel and mar. it's a privilege to be here. we're here to today to lend our support and to affirm our commitment to quality transparency and to price transparency. i am -- i'm the manager here in san francisco for kaiser foundation hospital and health plan and i'm accountable for the care delivered to a little of over $192,000 people. 3,000 healthy san francisco 192,000 people. 3,000 healthy san francisco healthy participant and $3,000 health members and for kaiser california we serve 55,000 city and county employees and a little over 2,000 in san francisco. we value our partner and our relationship with the city and county. and we look forward to collaborating on this effort. for many years, kaiser has been involved in sharing successful clinical practices, quality transparency. we know that by doing that, we get the best clinical outcomes for our patients. for example, if you're a kaiser member in northern california, you have a 30 percent lower risk of dying from heart disease as compared to someone who is not. we have outcomes like that and we know
in our city. supervisor mar. >> i want to thank farrel on this and he's got the health service staff. i wanted to be added as a cosponsor of item 2. despite the health service boards members, i feel we're benefiting the public in what we're doing here and it's our role as the board of supervisor when we want more information and we demand that transparency and i hope we work together at the state level. i don't think we would have had this discussion without a strong voice from the community and the labor saying let's have a dialogue with this with mutual respect. i'm glad that kaiser and i saw rose here earlier, but really the hospital rep working with communities to make our on health system work better with equity focus as well. thank you. >> thank you supervisor mar. so if there are no other comments, colleagues, items 1 and 2, so i'm going to continue 1 to the college of the hearing. we can do that without objection. item 2 is the motion in resolution supporting transparency and thank you supervisor mar for your cosponsor ship and we can move that forward. thank you everyone.
on tape. >> reporter: oriana farrell from tennessee was pulled over in new mexico for speeding. the unidentified officer tells her she can pay the ticket or appear in court. he told cbs news she declined both options. the officer goes back to his cruiser to make arrangements to take her before a judge. farrell has other ideas. she drives away. the officer chases her down and pulls her over again. >> get out of the vehicle. get out of the vehicle right now! >> reporter: but farrell refuses. her five children inside the minivan are screaming. her 14-year-old son gets out but changes his mind when the officer draws his taser. >> you're already facing evasion charges. you ran away from me. >> i didn't run away. did you see my children? >> reporter: finally farrell agrees to get out and talk, but not for long. >> turn around and face your vehicle. ma'am, listen to me. >> her 14-year-old son gets out again and rushes the officer. he pulls out his taser again and the boy retreated. the officer tries to get the boy out. other officers arrive on the scene. farrell drives off again, weav
, 39-year- old ariana farrell argued with the state trooper who pulled her over. >> go ahead and turn the vehicle off for me. >> reporter: instead, farrell with her five kids in the car took off and the trooper pulled her over again. >> get out of the vehicle. get out of the vehicle right now! >> reporter: the trooper tried to pull the driver from the minivan. >> you're already facing evading charges right now. you ran away from me, aokay? >> i pulled back over. i didn't run away! >> reporter: farrell finally got out of the car but then -- >> turn around and face your vehicle. policeman, listen to me! >> reporter: farrell and the officer started to struggle as she got back in the van. then her 14 years sun rushed and scuffled with the -- son rushed and scuffled with the officer. as backup arrived, the officer point his taser at the boy and then smashed the minivan's windows. >> open the door! [ children screaming ] >> reporter: farrell sped off and another officer fired his gun, apparently at the tires of the minivan! after a four minute high-speed chase, farrell pulled over in fron
and is filed. this matter is now in the andover the board, supervisor farrell? >> thank you, president chiu. and i want to thank dpw for going through this process and for the appellant for coming forward in my district, just more than anything, i think to continue this consistency sake, understand that this is not going to be a winning vote, but i think to me, this is the law of unintended consequences, again, we have someone who's in a more dire economic situation and in particular because this is a six unit tic building being kind of quasi forced to convert where they are no longer eligible for the process, these are exactly the people i believe we need to support. i realize there's not the general sentiment here on the board but i will be supporting the resident from district 2 and so but given that, maybe someone else can make the motion because i know it's not going to be a winner here today. >> okay, is there someone who could make the motion? supervisor breed? >> okay, let me just make sure we're at the right place. this is item number 27, correct? >> it is both item 23 through 25 a
-old oriana farrell from tennessee. >> turn the vehicle off for me. >> reporter: oriana farrell speeds away, setting off a half mile chase. the officer catches up with her and reaches in to pull her out. >> you ran away from me okay. you're facing evading charges. >> i pulled back over, i didn't run away. >> reporter: finally she comes out. >> turn around and face your vehicle. >> please don't. >> ma'am, listen to me -- >> reporter: but farrell tries to get in the car again. her five children in the car. her 14-year-old son comes out and scuffles with the officer. you can hear the other children screaming. the boy rushing back in as police backup arrives. >> open the door! open the door! >> reporter: the officer smashes the rear side window with the baton. farrell drives away a second time while another officer fires three shots at the minivan. [ gunshots ] >> reporter: finally farrell gives up in front of a hotel. she and her son are arrested. she faces charges including child abuse, fleeing from authorities and possession of drug paraphernalia. her son is charged with battery of an office
that brought farrell and her five home schooled children to this part of new mexico. >> 71 back there and it's 55. >> reporter: after state police stop her for speeding, it shows her driving away before the officer is done. there's a 30 second chase before farrell turns officer and the officer tries to remove her. >> get out of the vehicle right now! get out of the vehicle. >> reporter: over the next several months the farrell refuses to cooperate. until things finally blow up and at that point farrell's 14-year-old son approaches and the officer said he swung at him multiple times before running back in the van and locking the door as police backup arrive. >> open the door. >> reporter: the officer uses a baton to break the window and another officer fires three shots. in the police report the firing officer said he was aiming at the left rear tire trying to immobilize the vehicle. he wrote, my decision in shooting at the tire and not the driver was because of all of the people in the vehicle. >> farrell was arrested and charged with child abuse, fleeing an officer and possession of drug ma
of the vehicle. get out of the vehicle right now. [ screaming ] >> reporter: farrell doesn't budge. but her 14-year-old son jumps out. but he retreats when the officer pulls out his taser. >> you're already facing evading charges right now. you ran away from me, okay? >> reporter: she finally gets out. >> turn around and face the vehicle. >> reporter: then appears to ignore the officer and struggles to get back inside [ screaming ] >> reporter: outcomes her son again. this time, he scuffles with the officer. he runs back to the car and the family is locked inside. the officer smashes the window with his baton. as farrell drives off again, another officer arrives and fires at least three shots at the van with the five children inside!! after a 10-minute high-speed chase, farrell finally stops. she and her son are arrested. [ screaming ] >> reporter: farrell is charged with child endangerment, resisting arrest and reckless driving. her son was charged with battery. farrell's attorney says she drove off because she was scared. and the officers are under investigation. >>> other bay area headline
about this routine traffic stop. the minivan's driver, 39-year- old oriana farrell argued with the state trooper. >> turn the vehicle off with me. >> reporter: instead, farrell with her five kids in the car took off and the trooper pulled her over again. >> get out of the vehicle right now! >> reporter: the trooper tried to pull the driver from the minivan. >> you're already facing evading charges right now. you ran away from me. >> i pulled back over. i didn't run away. >> reporter: farrell finally got out of the car but then -- >> turn around and face your vehicle. >> please! listen to me! >> reporter: farrell and the officer started to struggle as she got back in the van. then her 14-year-old rushed and scuffled with the officer. as backup units arrived, the officer pointed his taser at the boy and then smashed the minivan's windows. >> open the door! >> reporter: farrell sped off and another officer fired his gun, apparently at the tires, of the minivan. after a four minute high high- speed chase she pulled over in front of a hotel. she and her son were arrested. >> pelley: john, cle
. supervisor cohen? cohen, aye. soupz soar farrell, no, supervisor k*im, aye. supervisor mar, aye. supervisor tang, aye. supervisor wiener, no. supervisor yee, aye. supervisor avalos, aye. there are 9 aye and is 2 knows's, the motion is approved to deny the appeal. >> item 22 through 25 compromise the public hearing of persons interested in the appeal of application of condominium conversion fee for a property located at 124-5th avenue, apartment number 2 and items 26 through 29 compromise the public hearing of persons interested in the appeal for a reduction of the condominium conversion fee for apartment number 5. item 23 is the motion denying the appeal for apartment number 2. items 24 and 25 st motion approving the appeal and the motion directing the preparation of findings for apartment number 2 and items 27 is the motion denying the appeal for apartment number 5 and items 28 and 29 is the motion approving the appeal for apartment 5. >> colleagues, as we have stated with the last several appeals in this matter, our standard again is we can only reduce adjuster waived the fees if we find
, aye, supervisor campos, aye f, supervisor chiu, chiu, aye. supervisor cohen, aye. supervisor farrell? >> no. >> farrell, no. supervisor kim, aye, supervisor mar, aye. supervisor tang, aye. supervisor wiener, no, supervisor yee, aye, supervisor avalos, aye. there are 9 ayes and two no's. >> the motion is denying both of the appeals are passed and the only thing i will just say colleague, i'm hoping we're not going to see additional appeals of this until supervisor breed's legislation moves forward but of course folks are free to file what they wish. with that, why don't we now go to roll call for introductions, madam clerk. >> yes, mr. president, supervisor breed is first to introduce new items. >> thank you, today i'm introducing an amendment to the tic bypass legislation that the board passed earlier this year and the in the past couple of months, we've seen a number of appeals of the conversion, bypass fee and these appeals have by in large been solely on the basis of financial hardship, regardless of how sympathetic the appeals are, there is no obl gases of the law for a fee waive
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